A beautiful off-grid barn in the heart of the Black Mountains, complete with log fired sauna & sublime natural surroundings. Breathtaking views, roaring woodburner and hill walks right from the door.
The perfect destination for a rural retreat, enjoy off-grid living at this hillside home. Brimming with natural light, country charm and cosy features, it’s the perfect bolthole to return to after days in the great outdoors. Just 3.5 miles from the pretty town of Crickhowell, you can visit delicious pubs or ascend Table Mountain for panoramic views before cosying up by the wood burner. A unique home, the water here is from a natural spring and the electricity is supplied by the garden’s windmill. Sleeping four guests over two bedrooms, a pair of pups are welcomed too so you can holiday with all the family.
Boasting terrific views, head inside this pretty barn and relax in the open-plan living space. Flooded with natural light and warming tones, and heated by a wood burner, the kitchen/lounge/diner is great for sociable evenings. Settle on the sofa in front of the TV/DVD, cook up a storm in the country-style kitchen and dine together at the table or enjoy a BBQ outside. The bedrooms are accessed via external steps and have quirky sloping ceilings with splashes of vibrant colour to liven up the otherwise tranquil tones. The double bedroom leads through to the family room with twin beds and an additional single – the layout is perfect for families with small children. There is off-road parking for two cars accessed via a steep track.
Sitting on the slopes of the Black Mountains, find plenty to explore close to home. The highest of the Black Mountains, Waun Fach, is 13 miles away and rewards your climb with panoramic views. Visit the pretty town of Crickhowell (3.5 miles) and enjoy a slightly easier summit of Table Mountain before tucking into treats back in town. Abergavenny (9.5 miles) is a foodie’s delight with its handful of renowned restaurants where you can treat yourself to a night off from cooking.